Brown Meets with Supreme Court Nominee

Senator Continuing to Review Kavanaugh’s Record before Making Final Decision, Will Not Support Any Justice Who Will Take Rights Away from Ohioans


WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) met with President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Brown has said he will not support any Justice who would take rights away from Ohioans. He asked tough questions of Kavanaugh about the judge’s record and views on everything from workers’ rights, to women’s rights, consumer rights, and health care. Brown is continuing to carefully examine Kavanaugh’s record before making a final decision on how he will vote.

“I’m already very troubled by the Supreme Court’s recent decisions stripping rights from Ohioans, and I have serious concerns about some of Judge Kavanaugh’s rulings and positions on health care for Ohioans with pre-existing conditions, and the rights of Ohio workers, women, and consumers,” Brown said. “I am continuing to listen to Ohioans and review Judge Kavanagh’s record as I make my final decision.”